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Set up your own Continuous Delivery Stack

Last week I wanted to try new things with ‘pipeline as code’ with Jenkins. The best way to try new things is running it as Docker containers. This way I can keep my MacBook clean and don’t mess up existing stuff I am working on (also see this article about what Docker can offer for a developer). Another big advantage by using Docker is that there is already a complete stack of Dockers available to set up the necessary tools. However, for some unclear reason this stack didn’t work on my MacBook (see this issue) so I took this opportunity to build my own stack with some Dockers of my own choice :-).
The tools in my stack are:

CI/CD with OpenShift

Achieving CI/CD with Kubernetes

Hola amigos !!(In English – Hello Friends !!) Hope you are having a jolly good day ! Continuous Integration/Delivery is best said in terms of Martin Fowler, according to him it can be defined as, “Continuous Integration is a software development practice where members of a team integrate their work frequently, usually each person integrates at least daily – leading to multiple integrations per day. Each integration is verified by an automated build (including test) to detect integration errors as quickly as possible. Many teams find that this approach leads to significantly reduced integration problems and allows a team to develop cohesive software more rapidly.”

DevOps for Small Organizations: Lessons from Ed

Ed was demoralized. He had just heard a speaker who would change his life. He knew he needed to change, and he knew what the end goal was. He just didn’t know how to get there. He needed fresh air. He needed endorphins. What better way to do that than go on a 6-hour run through some of the seedier neighborhoods of Vegas to the edge of the desert.

DevOps Confessions from Fannie Mae, Liberty Mutual, and Capital One

True Story.  Over the past few years, Fannie Mae transformed the way in which they delivered software.  Deploys increased from 1,200/month to 15,000/month.  At the same time, productivity increased by 28% while reducing costs by 30%.  But, how did they do it?

All Day DevOps: Practitioner-to-Practitioner

Over the past year, I have traveled to and delivered presentations at 18 DevOps events. I’ve also heard that over the past several years, John Willis has participated in more than 200 DevOps events. But not all of us have the time or budget to get ourselves and our teams out to these events where we can learn from other practitioners.

All Day DevOps Conference: Bringing DevOps to the World

An Audacious Plan

The global audience for DevOps is expanding faster than any one person or company can keep up with. While DevOps Days and other regional events provide invaluable support to their local communities, we want to create a global event, offering the best lineup of speakers.  We also wanted to make sure that anyone, anywhere can attend -- so we set a high bar for our organizing team...and they delivered: $0 registration.